Optical Slip Ring Tansmitting Optical Signal in 1 Channel and other Common Signal in 1 Circuit
Through bore slip ring
Number of fiber optic type
IP54 or higher
JINPAT this integrated slip ring enjoys more function. With solid bore, it can integrate fiber optic and signal. At the same time, it has a unique and long appearance. And it's used in radar antenna for long distance transmission.
This series of slip ring is the solid type. It can integrate with fiber optic and digital data. Its optic contact makes sure long distance without leakage.
Favorable credit & Good after-sales service
Design for a specific requirement
Provide durable and reliable slip rings
On-site technology service if necessary
Competitive and affordable price
Deliver goods on time
JINPAT offers the superior fiber brush technology that has an extended lifetime of over 100 million revolutions. This technology does not require lubricants and is characterized by low wear generation for minimal maintenance. Also, the temperature range and the packaging of this product matches the harsh conditions required by this industry.
JINPAT has 20 years experience in SLIP RING manufacturing. Our factory covers an area of 7000 square meters with professional R&D team, advanced production equipment, and 300 skillful employees. JINPAT slip ring is one of the best-known brands in Europe and North America.
It has advanced technical equipment with high precision test instruments. Our manpower is so competent that we meet the needs of different customers with various specifications in durability and a reliable quality.
Frequently Asked Questions
What do we do?
We focus on developing, designing and manufacturing high-quality slip rings, and offer various solutions for rotating systems.
How long have we been in the business?
JINPAT has entered into slip rings business since 1996 with thousands of customers accepting our products or services. JINPAT can offer the right solutions to you.
Whom with us?
We have been cooperating and making breakthroughs in different industries. Our expertise can meet various requirements and standards as well as those in the military.
Why should I choose precious metal rather than mercury for contacts?
The primary reason is safety. Mercury is, of course, a toxic substance, so if your application involves food manufacturing or processing, pharmaceutical equipment, or any other use where contamination could be a serious threat, your choice should be precious metal contacts. As we all know, the leakage of mercury and the resultant contamination could.